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Voice Over Coach of the Week: Deb Munro

July 29, 2013 by

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This week, I had the pleasure of getting to know voice over actress and coach Deb Munro. Deb is a highly sought after and respected coach in the voice over world. Her methods and materials have been endorsed by some of the top talent in the USA and Canada. Throughout the interview, I discovered we […]

Five “Must Haves” on Your Voice Over Invoices

July 25, 2013 by

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Part of being a professional voice actor is being professional in how you conduct your business. It really is a package deal. You can’t have one without the other. How you conduct your business is going to directly impact how much business you enjoy. One of the foundational pieces of any business, including your voice […]

Voice Coach of the Week: Bettye Zoller

July 22, 2013 by

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Welcome to the first of a new weekly series we’re calling the Voice123 Coach of the Week! For our inaugural post, we chatted with a voice actress and coach who has been with Voice123 since we started back in 2003. Bettye Zoller is based in Dallas, TX and is an expert in voice speech improvement and […]

Voice actors “getting lucky” on Voice123?

June 24, 2013 by

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Recently, I wrote a blog post featuring voice actor Ross Huguet, congratulating him on a job well done for a Voice123 voice seeker. I also asked him for some advice for auditioning on Voice123 since he also happens to be one of our top-ranked talents on the site. Many people commented on the blog, thanking […]

The Other Golden Rule of Voice Over

June 18, 2013 by

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Everybody knows the Golden Rule. Do unto others as you would have them do unto you. Whether you’re a Christian, believe in God, or have Jesus as your homeboy, everybody knows the Golden Rule and you don’t need to be religious in any capacity to know that it’s great advice! It works in every aspect […]

Voice Over and The Common Cold: What’s A Talent To Do?

May 29, 2013 by

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I’ve had a head cold this week. Fortunately, it wasn’t one of those butt-kicking man colds. But it was enough that the congestion affected my voice, and therein, my ability to work. I mentioned a day or two ago on Twitter that because my cold was keeping me from recording voice overs, I was taking […]

5 Tips for Working with First Time Voice-Over Clients

May 11, 2013 by

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When a first time voice seeker comes to you for a job, there’s a chance they’ve done their research. They may know exactly what they’re looking for and how the process works from script delivery to audio delivery to payment. There is also a chance that they won’t have a clue! If they’re in the […]